The Construction Process

1 - Plan Review

You will meet with your Project Manager and the New Home Consultant to review the plans and selections you have made for your new home. The Project Manager will walk you through each stage of the process answering any questions you have along the way. The New Home Consultant and the Project Manager will set up weekly calls to give updates of your home and answer any questions or concerns you might have.

2 - Foundation

After permits are obtained, work on the foundation will begin. You will see the footing, block, and plumbing being installed followed by the slab being poured or the subfloor being installed.

3 - Framing/Rough Ins

The next step is framing of your home. Framing will include the installation of roofing shingles, exterior doors, house wrap, and windows. Following framing are the mechanical rough ins of your new home. This includes plumbing, HVAC, electrical, media, gas, and fireplace. After all of the rough in process is complete you will meet with the Project Manager at your home to walk through each room and discuss framing and rough in questions.

4 - Inspections

At this point you will have a series of inspections. After all inspections have passed the insulation will be installed.

5 - Drywall, Trim, and Paint

The next stage after insulation is the drywall stage. After drywall has been completed, the interior trim including interior doors and baseboards will be installed. Following the trim install, we will be painting your new home with the colors you selected. On the exterior of the home you will see that brick, siding, and stone work have started.

6 - Trim outs and flooring

The mechanical trades will come back to your home to install the finishing touches. The selections that you requested will also be added including cabinets, countertops, and flooring. The exterior is nearing completion with the installation of concrete driveway and sidewalks, gutters, landscaping, and sod.

7 - Quality Control Inspections

Our Customer Care Department will come to your home two weeks prior to closing and do a thorough inspection of your home. They will compile a list of items to correct and give to the Project Manager.

8 - Welcome Home Orientation

You will meet with a Customer Care Representative at your new home one week prior to your closing date. During this meeting, the Customer Care Representative will review the Warranty Program in detail with you. The Representative will then walk you through your new home and demonstrate how the items in each room operate.

9 - Closing

The day you have been waiting for is finally here. Your new Goodall Home is ready for you to move in and enjoy for years to come.